Professional Expectations and Evaluation
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Danielle Sparks Professional Expectations and Evaluation EDU 315 September 8, 2016 Dr. Bennett
Instructional Practice •New learning is connected to prior learning and experience •Learning tasks have high cognitive demand •Students take responsibility for their own learning •Assessments are built into the lesson
Student Outcomes: •Growth •Gap reduction •Proficiency
This is the CCSD Teacher Evaluation Model
Responsibilities: •Commitment to school community, professional growth, practice, and obligations •Family engagement •Student perception
Rubric for Instructional Practices
There is a rubric for each of these. They are both numbered 1-5 and have 3-4 indicators that should be met.
Rubric for Professional Responsibilities
Growth can be made, by working towards achieving the highest score possible, listed on the rubric.
Because you have scored poorly, according to the rubric, we will have weekly meetings and observations to ensure positive growth in your teaching skills.
I am really appreciative of these trainings they have provided. I think it will help me to better understand what is expected.
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